THE DARK NEBULA INFILTRATED KHS!
Author: Falco276

Chapter 24
Vacating Empty Chairs

*Disclaimer: I do not own MFB or KH.

Note: Parts of this written content in this story are not made up by me. That credit goes to Kirameki87. Also for Roxas having 3 brothers and a hard working mother (also including the KH teachers and students in the cast.) are not made up by me. Give that credit to Xyphate (Yes, refer to KH High School Times). The whole idea for KHS to have firebirds as their mascot is actually made up by me. Here is the replacement cast. (This happens after KH High School Times.)
YAAAAAY…We're almost halfway through the story, I think! Welcome to day three! I am such a fail~! -_-*

Some people despise school. I don't. I find that it's a WONDERFUL escape from life at home. So that's why I feel that it will be much more interesting to tell you about what happens at school. That is what this story is about, anyway.
So, I walked into the classroom and was greeted by Angelique and Sora, who had somehow gotten to school before me, even though I live much closer. Actually, I'm not quite sure where Angelique lives. Never bothered to ask. Then again, it puts both people in a pretty awkward situation if you just randomly ask—
"HEY THERE ROXAS! WHERE DO YOU LIVE?!"
I backed away from the scary burgundy-haired artist with blue lipstick. His face proceeded to stay very close to mine. Jack's eyes grew pretty wide too—which is saying a lot for an anime character. By the way…. Does THIS count as child abuse?
"Jack… please leave the students alone…." Ryutaro said calmly.
Hurray! Thank Kingdom Hearts! Saved by the psycho fortuneteller with PURPLE lipstick!
So after Jack was banished from the classroom, all the students sat down and waited for Ryutaro's orde—comman—aaaah…. Assignments…? Yeah. Assignments.
"Okay. You are all going to take out the vocab books that I'm pretty sure you have, and go to unit… 5. Rewrite the story you wrote on Monday using all of the words!"
Great.
If you recall, Ryutaro was referring to the first assignment he gave us. The story I choose to write like a NORMAL person. Sure, I'd managed to write it fairly well. But it wasn't interesting in the slightest- to me at least- and I really didn't want to have anything more to do with it. Then again, it probably isn't the best idea to disobey an evil villain (I just realized that "evil villain" is kind of redundant. I've been using that phrase a lot, though…).
Angelique raised her hand and told Mr. Fukami that she hadn't been there on Monday. He gave her permission to write a new story using the vocab words.
Lucky.
I finished the assignment with somewhat ease. Ryutaro then told us to share with other people and peer edit and what not. Bet you can't guess what people I shared with.
Angelique—who had written surprisingly fast—wrote her story about how much she liked to sing. I guess it's really easy to write about stuff you're passionate about.
Sora wrote a story about some OC's she has. Good idea.
When aforementioned people finished reading my story, Sora looked a bit amused.
"You cannot 'vacate' an empty chair," he said, smiling faintly.
"Yes you can!" I replied.
"'Vacate' means to leave!"
"…How was I supposed to know that?!"
"'Vacate' is one of the vocab words!"
"…So?"
"The definition is in the book!"
And that is how we spent the rest of writing class. And I don't care what anyone says, you CAN TOO vacate an empty chair!
Then it was time for… break. (Read: Break)
Angelique, Sora, and I, all sat down on the curb eating chips, crackers, and cheese. Respectively.
"Will there be any new teachers today, you think?" Angelique asked after a few minutes of silence.
"Something tells me Yu won't last too long…" I commented quietly.
"Me?"
"No. Yu. Y-U. Tendo." I corrected her.
"Oh… yeah, I guess so…" she quietly agreed.
"But then again, the same thing could probably be said about all the rest of them, minus a select few." I added.
"HEY! We have art today!" Sora said happily.
"…good observation…" I encouraged my brother.
"Art is fun!" He smiled cheesly.
"Yeah!" Angel agreed.
"I bet Jack is still the teacher." Sora hoped.
"Why?" I asked. That teacher surely gave me nightmares. *shudder*
"Cause no one else likes art!" Sora continued, crossing his arms sarcastically.
"…Y'know, if you think about it, that IS pretty sad. That Jack is the only character in Beyblade that likes art, I mean," Angelique pointed out, a playful smile on her face.
"Hey! That gives me an idea!" I exclaimed quietly.
Sora half-glared at me, "Is it the same idea I have?"
"Probably!" I told him, smiling widely.
"What is it?" asked Angelique.
"We'll ask Jack—"
"-If art is fleeting or eternal!" Sora finished my idea off excitedly.
"…Why?" she asked confusingly.
"It's been an ongoing debate between us." I nodded.
"Oh."
"What do you think, Angelique?" Sora asked.
"Umm… I'm not sure!" she replied, her smile now slightly sheepish.
"That helps…" I smiled.

*Sigh… I've been reading too much "Okay For Now". I sound like the old
Lucas. If you get my drift.
Grr. These chapters are so short. …Ah well, quality over quantity, right?
Anyhow, congratulations those reading this! You have survived the apocalypse that supposedly occurred yesterday! Good for you! As you probably have noticed, I did not! I am dead!
Gah, Ryutaro's personality was right at the beginning, but he's been becoming all emo as the story progresses. That's one thing I need to fix. I'll add that to the list.
Random meaningless fact that will probably do you no good in life whatsoever: The word "fleeting" is the 664th word in this chapter! :D*

 

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